Assembly Elections 2022 Analysis LIVE: News24-Today’s Chanakya predicts clean sweep of AAP in Punjab

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Assembly Election 2022 Analysis: In PunjabVoting was held on February 20 in all the 117 assembly seats that were the main centers of the farmers’ movement. This time the alliance between the BJP and the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) broke down in the state and the battle between Captain Amarinder Singh and the Congress made the election extremely interesting. On the other hand, Aam Aadmi Party The (AAP) fielded Bhagwant Singh Mann as the CM candidate, while the Congress contested the state elections by fielding a Dalit face in the form of Charanjit Singh Channi for the CM’s post. In such a situation, everyone wants to know which party will form the government in Punjab this time and who will have to be satisfied by sitting in the opposition. News24-Today’s Chanakya Has come up with the most accurate analysis to answer such questions accurately and live up to the expectations of the people. According to an analysis by News24 and Today’s Chanakya, Arvind Kejriwal’s magic seems to be working in Punjab. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) can win 100 seats in the state.

According to Chanakya of News24-Today, party and candidate, development, corruption, local issues and other factors influenced the voter’s decision. About 21 percent of voters considered the party and candidate while casting their vote, while 23 percent cited development as their main concern, 31 percent corruption and 12 percent cited local issues. Only 5 per cent voters said that their concern was something other than the above three issues.

News24- Today’s Chanakya had another question from the voters that do you want to change the government in the state? To which 65 percent answered yes and 24 percent answered no.

Even though people consider issues like development, unemployment and corruption as the most important issues while voting, it is also true that the voting preferences and numbers of voters of different castes in a particular assembly seat are also well known before giving tickets to political parties. it happens. a candidate.

In such a situation, Chanakya of News24-Today went to the Jat Sikh community in Punjab to find out from which party he got the most votes this time. It came to light that BJP got 4 percent, Shiromani Akali Dal got 24 percent, Congress got 17 percent and AAP got 47 percent votes.

Among the general castes, 23 per cent have expressed confidence in Congress, 12 per cent in Akali Dal, 37 per cent in Aam Aadmi Party and 21 per cent in BJP.

Among religious Sikhs, BJP is expected to get 3 percent, Congress 22 percent, Siromani Akali Dal 16 percent and Aam Aadmi Party 53 percent.

In OBCs, BJP is likely to get 10 percent, Siromani Akali Dal 14 percent, Congress 24 percent, AAP 43 percent. Of the SC votes, BJP can get 5 per cent, Siromani Akali Dal 11 per cent, Congress 27 per cent and AAP 52 per cent.

News24- Today’s Chanakya went to every section of the society and in the end it became clear which party people have chosen in the state. So this time in the assembly elections, BJP is likely to get 1 (±1), Congress 10 (±7), Akali Dal 6 (±5), AAP 100 (±11) and other 0 (+1) seats. have hope.

pay attention: Election analyzes are based on voter responses right after they leave the polling station and can often be misleading. The counting of votes will take place on March 10 and the results of the elections will be declared on the same day.

First published:March 7, 2022, 10 pm

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